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're looking at is f.b.i. officers who are taking the shrapnel. there's apparently over 1,000 law enforcement officials in the area now combined, which is obviously a huge number. now, we were talking about the bomb there. abc had a report about these kind of i.e.d.'s. we've seen these all over the world. let's take a look here. cenk: that's white smoke the damaging shrapnel tells of an improvised explosive device. we've seen what they do to armored vehicles, tanks and foot patrols in afghanistan. the smaller bombs as in boston are not strong enough to damage structures, but can be deadly to anyone in the kill zone. you can see and hear those dangerous projectiles exploding into the area. the actual blast of the bomb was not strong, mostly causing injury from low flying debris, leading authorities to call it a small, mobile i.e.d. cenk: that's really interesting. i'm here with my panel ben hank kits, mark thompson and michael hastings. does that say anything one way or the other? >> for sure. the numbers in afghanistan 10,000i.e.d.'s a year. i was in a vehicle that got hit by an i.e.d. it did
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